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who have been labour in the past said i do not think you're standing up for us and up. i think politicians are all the same. on the big issues people are caring about, jobs, housing, university finance, we're going to stand up for you. it is no surprise that people did not turn out for us. we have to get back on people's side. labour will reduce the housing lines. >> across the south of england, we've not address the problem of housing. it is a big failure of our government. they could get rid down and make away in the war. labour, we had become dangerously disconnected from ordinary people. they look for times that we're on the side of big business, not ordinary people. we are not standing up for our principles. we need to rebuild labour from the bottom up. >> i think it for you do as a member of the european parliament. we have to be a party for every part of this country. the way we've when support is recognizing that labour is right to say that. we have to have the courage to change. on a whole series of policies, on tuition fees, on issues like civil liberties. if we have
alinsky." thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >> tonight on prime minister's questions, deputy prime minister nick clegg stands in former prime minister david cameron. engines questions on government loans and unemployment benefits. after that, we turn to u.s. politics and a new hampshire wrote republican senate primary debate. then, a discussion on the latest underemployment rates. on "q&a," an interview of nicholas von hoffman. >> monday, the u.s. senate impeachment trial hearing begins for the prosecution of u.s. district court judge thomas porteous. proceedings will last year out the week. watch live proceedings starting at 8:00 a.m. eastern on c-span2. >> monday, a discussion about ending world hunger with reverend david beckham, named a world food prize laureate in june. >> the bottom line is that we need our borders secured. we cannot afford illegal immigration. >> it does hurt us. it has heard arizonas economist -- economy severely. >> with the midterm el
very much for joining us. >> thank you. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> for a dvd copy of this program, call 1-877-662-7726. for free transcripts or to give us your comments about this program, visit us at q-and- a.org. "q&a" programs are also available as podcasts. >> next on "prime minister's questions," dip the prime minister -- deputy prime minister nick clegg stands in for david cameron. following that, a colorado senate debate. tomorrow on "washington journal," a look at what congress plans to do before the november 2 election with david hawkings from cq. then, colin kahl and michelle mello. that is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. >> but, honestly, i am not going to take this from a party, from a party, that has spent all of its time in office backbiting against each other through leaks to the press, a party of the dossier of damion mcbride. a little bit of consistency on this, shall we? >> now, from london, "prime minister's questions" from the british house of commons. ministers
not quite in the way many of us could have expected. but the chance came and you - we - responded with real courage and conviction. cynics expected us to back away. instead, we confounded those who said that coalition government was impossible. we created a government which will govern and govern well for the next five years. thate will govern and govern well for the next five years. of course, there are those who condemn us. we are challenging years of tradition, but i am so, so proud of the quiet courage and determination which you have shown through these momentous times in british political history. hold a warners and we will have changed -- holding ourerve, we will have changed british politics for good. hold our nerve, and we will change britain for dead. -- for good. [applause] just think of what we have done already. we have changed the injustice of the rich paying less on their investments and then the poor do on their wages. we have rolled back a generation of liberal and intrusive legislation. , the banksar's day will pay a new levy that will help fill the black hole of they help
my condolences to the prime minister and his family on the loss of his father? the words he used to express his love for his father touched everyone. today, as we welcome the prime minister back to his place, i also congratulate him and mrs. cameron on the birth of their new baby. let me ask about an issue that is of great concern on both sides of the house -- the trafficking of women and girls for sex. this week, a gang was convicted here in london for bringing girls as young as 13 to this country to be sold for sex. the work of the police and prosecutors has protected young women from that gang, but this evil trade is growing. all parties in the house are united in their abhorrence of it. will the prime minister update us on the work that is being undertaken to stop it? >> i thank the right honorable and learned lady not only for what she said about the serviceman whom we lost in afghanistan but for her very kind words about my father and our new daughter. i am very grateful for what was said last week by the shadow lord chancellor and for the letters that i have received from
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